Who doesn’t love waffle fries? For whatever reason, we gravitate toward fries cut into various shapes that defy the normal French cut. And if you fall into this category, then you’d be crazy not to air fryer frozen waffle fries in your air fryer.
Whether you’re a meal-prep junkie, have a large family, or are planning a Sunday dinner, cooking an air fryer whole chicken is a skill you will definitely want to add to your recipe arsenal. It’s faster than baking and provides a crispy outer texture without sacrificing any moisture as ovens often do. The result is a
If you have children or ever were one, you understand the value of a great-tasting chicken nugget, preferably one that comes in an amazing shape–like dinosaurs. The struggle I always have with chicken nuggets isn’t about the shape or the lack of diversity it brings to the menu, but rather, the texture of a soggy, rubbery microwaved chicken nugget. However, when you cook frozen chicken nuggets in the airfryer, you can deliver crisp, great-tasting nuggets every time.
Sometimes, nothing tastes better than a good, old-fashioned hamburger. This anytime classic meal can be dressed up or down, served with piping hot fries, a side salad, or a simple bag of your favorite chips. In the summertime, the thought of cooking out makes us want to fire up the grill, but in the off-season, in the event of rain, or simply because you want a quicker alternative, trying a hamburger, air fried to perfection, is never a bad choice!
When trying to eat a healthy diet and make better choices about what we put in our bodies, it’s so easy to walk down the aisle and grab that aerosol can of non-stick cooking spray. However, have you ever looked at the ingredients? Have you ever considered how many of those spray cans you’ve tossed, used, in the garbage? Why not try something healthier, just as easy to use, and reusable? The CHEFVANTAGE oil Mister and Cooking Sprayer is a top-notch alternative to non-stick cooking spray. Plus, it’s healthier, more diverse, and easy to clean. After using this product a few times with my air fryer, I’m considering ordering a few more to use for salads and infusing my own oils!
While I love my full-sized air fryer when making meals for my family, sometimes, it’s nice to have a smaller appliance that can handle single servings of food, like french fries, onion rings, a few chicken tenders, or a small batch of air fried mushrooms or mozzarella cheese sticks. Enter the Chefman RJ38-V2-16-AM Air Fryer, or simply put, the Chefman Personal Compact Air Fryer.
Like my other Chefman Air Fryer, this personal air fryer is a high quality appliance perfect for singles, couples, or families who often need to make single servings of food quickly and efficiently.
One of the most popular entrees when it comes to fine dining is the classic bacon-wrapped filet. However, for those counting calories or avoiding red meat, even the finest cut of beef may be off limits. That’s where poultry can serve as a great stand-in. Even with the bacon, these air fryer bacon-wrapped turkey filets provide a delicious alternative with only a fraction of the fat and cholesterol of their beef counterparts.
One of the main appeals to purchasing and using an air fryer is that they require less oil than deep frying, and, in most cases, pan frying. But one question I frequently get asked is: “Does an air fryer need oil?” The answer is both yes and no. More accurately, I recommend using oil, but it is not absolutely necessary..